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Thursday, November 05, 2009

ONE WAY TICKET TO HEAVEN

Below are the two sides of a ticket found in My aunt Pauline's papers after she passed away in 1994. I can't imagine how many years this 'transfer ticket' had been shuffled around in her pocket or purse but it is very worn.
Her young life was very difficult and I'm certain that when she found the Lord, promises like those on this little scrap of paper eased her aching heart and brought her peace.. Obviously this one did.


Auntie was born in 1906 and accepted the Lord when she was a young woman. I have a picture of her being baptised in the Nooksack River at Ferndale, WA.
I'm thankful that she knew of our Father's love and forgiveness.
Life would sure be a convoluted mess without Him.
I pray that every lost soul will know our Lords unconditional love.




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